I present regularly at academic conferences around the UK and internationally. Recent talks include a paper on neoliberalism and world water crisis (World-Ecology Research Network, Durham, 2016), and on pop cultural portrayals of women in the Israel Defense Forces (Pop Culture and World Politics, Newcastle, 2017).
I coordinated the international, AHRC-funded network 'Imagining Jerusalem, c. 1099 to the Present Day' from 2013-2015. The network brought together academics, curators and professionals from around the world to examine the history, culture and politics of Jerusalem in global perspective. I organised a number of conferences for the network at York and King's College London, and ran a popular blog and Twitter account.
I have co-organised a range of other events, including the 2014 Postcolonial Studies Association postgraduate and early career conference, 'Resources of Resistance' and 'Social Water', a 2013 workshop involving academics and artists working on hydropolitical themes. I have also organised a number of community events on feminist and queer cultures for Sheffield's Off the Shelf literature festival.